It's FA cup final weekend and one of the best thing about cup finals are the cup final songs, so this week I thought I'd resurrect these five classics and update them with links that have them in stock. These are some of my favourite cup final singles of all time, I could have also replaced any of them with Arsenal' 'Hot Stuff' from 1998 (#9 in the charts) or 'Here We Go' by the Everton team of 1985 (#14) but instead I've gone for five choices that include this years finalists and some other well known songs.

Manchester United have always enjoyed success but back in the 90’s they had an unstoppable team, a balance of youth and experience which stayed pretty steadfast for years to come completing the unprecedented treble in 1999. However, in ’94 the squad made it through the FA cup final and teamed up with Status Quo to record the number one single, Come On You Reds a song so catchy that fans of all clubs could be found singing it to themselves unaware. You can buy the record on 12” Picture disc here.

In 1981, the Tottenham Hotspurs team reached number 5 in the charts with a tribute to their Argentine star Osvaldo Ardiles, Ossies Dream (Spurs Are On Their Way To Wembley) coinciding with the teams FA Cup Final appearance that year. The team joined forces with Chas and Dave to create the track however the cockney duo were unaccredited when it was released, vinyl available here.

Possibly one of the most famous (or infamous depending on your stand point) domestic football songs of all time is the Anfield Rap released to celebrate the sides appearance in the 1988 FA Cup Final. The stand out performance comes from John Barnes who of course went on to feature with New Order in the greatest football song ever made, World In Motion for the 1990 world cup finals. You can pick up a copy here.

Long before the Russian moved into town and built the Chelsea we know today, they weren’t actually very good for large parts of their history, however back in 1972 the club enjoyed a League Cup run which led to them recording what is now the clubs anthem, Blue Is The Colour reaching number 5 in the UK charts. This is quite a rare one but I have found it here.

Finally, I’ve gone for a song that has resonated from my lungs more times than any other song, ever. Glad All Over was penned by Mike Smith and recorded by the Dave Clark Five in 1964, Dave was a Crystal Palace fan and it was soon adopted by the Palace faithful then in 1990 the team made it to the FA Cup Final for the first time in the clubs history. The squad, who at the time featured big names like Ian Wright, re-recorded the Dave Clark Five hit to celebrate the achievement. You can see the team performing the song live below, and get a copy from here.